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Gulavhar, Terror of Arnor (sort of...)


I've been working on some Angmar spookies for a little while, and really felt like a Gulavhar was needed to bring the whole thing together. The actual Gulavhar is both difficult to find and... honestly? I think it's ugly. I found another blog where someone converted a Varghulf Courtier from AoS into Gulahvar and really liked the look so I stole the idea.
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I used the dead Elendil from the Sauron kit on the base. I avoided making him look TOO kingly (not a lot of gold) just because I wanted it to look like a Captain of men who had fallen to the beast. 

I used the slap chop painting method and knocked him out very quickly

I can't wait to see how he performs on the table!


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